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Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F Hits Australian Cinemas This Winter

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Frieza is gold now and Goku has shiny blue hair! Is this even Dragon Ball Z anymore? Yeah, you’re damn right it is, and it rocks ultimate! Anime and Manga fans, whther or not they’ve seen the series, one hundred percent know what Dragon Ball Z is. This I can guarantee. Why? Because it’s simply one of the most popular series’ of all time alongside ones like Sailor Moon and Pokemon. Now what do those three things have in common? Well, even people who aren’t into Japanese pop culture know what they are. We call that universal value, at least…I do.

Now this long-running series has had its fair share of episodes and it’s fair share of movies but the powers at be and Akira Toriyama (the creator of the series) himself feel as though there’s always room for more. That is why the new movie Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has been made and already released across Japan. Madman Entertainment, one of Australia’s leading Anime and Manga publishers, thinks that Japanese audiences aren’t the only ones that deserve to have all the Dragon Ball-centric fun and have today announced the they will be bringing the film to Australian cinemas this Winter. Yes, you heard correctly!

Much in the same way they did Battle Of Gods, Madman Entertainment are organising for Resurrection F to be played in a select number of cinemas around our great big island. Unlike Battle Of Gods, Resurrection F will be theatrically released both in its original Japanese dub with English subtitles AND in a full English dub with voices provided by reprising cast members from Battle Of Gods. So far the only bit of information that hasd been released is that it is indeed coming to cinemas. As far as specifics, we’re yet to have been told that, but when we are you’ll be sure to read it here on the site so stay tuned.

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